Day in the ATO: the Intensity of attacks has decreased

Сутки в АТО: Интенсивность обстрелов снизилась

The number of attacks decreased slightly

Wounded one soldier.

As a result of shelling of the AFU positions near Avdeyevka Ukrainian serviceman wounded. It is reported by the headquarters of the ATO in Facebook.

The most worrying was in the direction of Donetsk.

“The militants four times opened fire from various types of grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms at our positions in the vicinity of the Town. As a result of one of these attacks at about 23:00 one of our wounded military. He was immediately taken to a nearby military medical hospital. At the moment his condition is satisfactory”, – stated in the message.

In addition, at the end of the day came under fire of Ukrainian fortifications near zaytsevo, Heaters, and twice in the Sand.

In the seaside area several times and beat on the strong points of the APU from rocket-propelled grenades in the area of Water from the armament of the BMP – near Hnutove, small arms and heavy machine guns were used on the outskirts of Maryinka, Shyrokyne.

At the direction of Lugansk shelled positions of the ATO forces from anti-aircraft guns near Crimea, but the grenade launchers worked at the Village Lugansk.

“In just the past day Russian-occupation groups 25 times opened fire on strong points of the Ukrainian army. During the fighting one of our soldier was injured. In a few cases, when the attacks of the enemy carried a direct threat to the lives of our defenders, the ATO forces in response opened fire on defeat”, – summed up the military.

We will remind, the day on September 12, ATO was two wounded, 27 attacks.

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